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clint eastwood directed movies are always a gamble. you can expect one of three things: a fun time with not much substance, a boring slugfest or an oscar worthy brilliant affair. admittedly the boring slugfests are few and far between.
when it comes to sully you would expect an oscar worthy brilliant affair but instead you get a fun time with not much substance. it tells the true story aftermath of sully, the pilot who landed a damaged plane on the hudson river and saved everyone on boards life.
and while the decision to have 5 or six plane crashes in the movie (as sully is haunted by what if's) adds to the films enjoyment and tom hanks and aaron eckhart deliver stellar performances and the movie breezes by at a steady clip the hollywoodization of the story, or the way they made the story so conventional it really brings the film down a notch or two.
the story concerns an investigation into sully and wants to explore the what if's that haunt him. what if he could of made it back to the airport? so the film tells that story and while it entertains you it never feels that emotionally heavy, which it should. this is probably due to the outcome that is pretty well known.
it also conveniently all comes together in a court room scene at the end. everything is solved, everyone is happy and everything is timed perfectly so that it all comes to a conclusion at the courtroom scene. when you think about it after you realize the courtroom scene makes no sense and things never would of happened like that in real life.
even though it's contrived and lazy storytelling eastwood has such skill that he makes the film still worth watching and still a lot better than this script had any right to be. he is helped by the always great tom hanks (who has officially started a 'tom hanks captains a vehicle and saves everyone' franchise. so far we have sully on a plane, captain phillips on a boat and apollo 13 on a space shuttle. i wonder what's next?).
production design: 8 out of 10
cinematography: 8 out of 10
re-playability: 7 out of 10
originality: 7 out of 10
costumes: 8 out of 10
directing: 7 out of 10
editing: 8 out of 10
acting: 8 out of 10
music: 7 out of 10
script: 7 out of 10
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